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New NETWORKS, Part 3: Two Solutions

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Microgrid Labs, Inc. Advisor: 2014 to Present Developed product plans, conceptual and preliminary designs for projects, performed industry surveys and developed...

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This is the last part in a three part series on negative emissions technologies (NET).

California has two challenges. One is the yearly batch of wildfires that keep getting worse every year. In 2020 the acreage burned was more than double any previous year, and other metrics were similarly dire.

The other challenge is that we have the most ambitious goals for mitigating climate change in the U.S.

One might think that the challenge from wildfires would be detrimental to our climate change goals, and indeed in most ways it is, but there is at least one synergy between these as described in the following paper.


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